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AB 4 - Amends Individual Income Tax Brackets - Wisconsin Key Vote

Loren Oldenburg Co-Sponsored (Introduced) this Legislation.

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Legislation - Vetoed (Executive) -

Title: Amends Individual Income Tax Brackets

Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (19-14) - (Key vote)
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Vote to pass a bill that amends the state individual tax rate brackets.

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  • Establishes the following deductions for the time between December 31, 1999 and January 1, 2020 (Sec. 1):

    • For individuals:

      • $7,200 for an adjusted gross income less than $10,380; and

      • $7,200 minus 12 percent of the excess over $10,380 when the adjusted gross income is at least $10,380.

    • For heads of the household:

      • $9,300 for an adjusted gross income less than $10,380; and

      • $9,300 minus 22.515 percent of the excess over $10,380 when the adjusted gross income is at least $10,380.

    • For a married couples filing jointly:

      • $12,970 for an aggregated adjusted gross income less than $14,570; and

      • $12,970 minus 19.778 percent of the excess over $14,570 when the aggregated adjusted gross income is at least $14,570.

    • For married individuals filing separately:

      • $6,160 for an adjusted income less than $6,920; and

      • $6,160 minus 19.778 percent of the excess over $6,920 when the adjusted gross income is at least $6,920.

  • Establishes the following deductions for the time between December 15, 2015 and January 1, 2020 (Sec. 2):

    • For married couples filing jointly:

      • $19,010 for an aggregated adjusted gross income less than $21,360; and

      • $19,010 minus 19.778 percent of the excess over $21,360 when the aggregated adjusted gross income is at least $21,360.

    • For married individuals filing separately:

      • $9,030 for an adjusted gross income less than $10,140; and

      • $9,030 minus 19.778 percent of the excess over $10,140 when the adjusted gross income is at least $10,140.

  • Establishes the following deductions starting December 31, 2019 (Sec. 3):

    • For individuals:

      • $13,360 for an adjusted gross income less than $18,790; and

      • $13,360 minus 12.3 percent of the excess over $18,790 when the adjusted gross income is at least $18,790.

    • For heads of the household:

      • $17,260 for an adjusted gross income less than $18,790; and

      • $17,260 minus 21.952 percent of the excess over $18,790 when the adjusted gross income is at least $18,790.

    • For married couples filing jointly:

      • $24,740 for an aggregated adjusted gross income less than $27,120; and

      • $24,740 minus 19.284 percent of the excess over $27,120 when the aggregated gross income is at least $27,120.

    • For married individuals filing separately:

      • $11,750 for an adjusted gross income less than $12,880; and

      • $11,750 minus 19.284 percent of the excess over $12,880 when the aggregated gross income is at least $12,880.

Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (61-33) -

Title: Amends Individual Income Tax Brackets

Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Amends Individual Income Tax Brackets

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